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The limits of literature are means of enmeshed, enmeshed.
Change by the sacerdotal vestments.

Deep Ecology is a movement based on the ideas of the Norwegian philosopher, Arne Naess. Workshops are available across the country in which the participants act out their projections of the needs and concerns of particular animals. Together, they build a magical bond which supports a vision intended to help and protect the animals. They work from their perceptions of the animals feelings and perceptions and, therefore, work very diligently against the anthropocentricism that dominates our culture.1

1 Thinking Like a Mountain; edited by Jon Seed . . . [et al]; New Society Publishers; 1988.

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